Grow tomatoes from a seed! Tomatoes aren’t supposed to be bland, mushy and boring. The best tomatoes are home-grown.
Are you tired of growing tomato plants that don’t produce any tomato fruits?
You wait all summer for your tomato flowers to turn into green tomatoes. But they never quite get there. Winter comes and your tomato plant growing season is officially over.
But when you know what you’re doing, growing a tomato plant is easy. And it’s definitely worth it!
If you’ve never had a freshly grown tomato before, you’ve never tasted a real tomato. Commercial tomatoes are dry, bland and covered with harmful chemicals meant to preserve them for longer than nature intended.
Ever heard of them? Black tomatoes are the sweetest gourmet tomatoes ever cultivated. Like many of the less known tomatoes, black tomatoes aren’t sold in stores because they have a short shelf life.
Believe it or not, tomatoes are actually fruits. Hard to believe, since commercially grown tomatoes don’t have the sweetness you would normally associate with fruit. Black tomatoes don’t have the acidic taste found in other tomatoes. They instead have a distinct, smoky flavor. They’re especially delicious if eaten right off the vine.
There are plenty of other heirloom tomatoes, including juicy red cherry tomatoes. You’ll be surprised at their sizes, shapes and colors. If you’re used to the yellowish-red, store-bought tomatoes, you might be hesitant to try the other tomato varieties.
If you don’t believe me, see if any of your friends are planting tomato plants. Ask if you can have one. You won’t believe your mouth and you’ll wonder why something so delicious has been kept from you for so long.
Real, homegrown tomatoes have a taste that cannot be compared with the bland, chemical-covered and nutrient-light store-bought tomatoes. The cheap supermarket imitations are overpriced because they are designed only to make the grocery store a small fortune.
In contrast, store-bought tomato seeds can cost as little as ten cents and grow multitudes of tomatoes. If you want to really save money, buy your seeds right before winter and save them in a cool, dry place. Plant them next spring.
But you’re throwing your money away if you aren’t preparing your soil in just the right way and if you’re not protecting your tomatoes from diseases and pests.
If you want the absolute best tomatoes, you’re going to need to know when to grow tomato plants. Growing a plant also requires that you know how to prepare your soil, where to plant your tomato seeds and how much water you’ll need.
You might be familiar with gardening techniques like composting and mulching, and you might know that soil amendments, like lime, can raise or lower your pH, increase water retention and prevent the dreaded “wet feet.”
These time-tested gardening techniques might seem difficult to learn, but they really only require that you memorize a few simple rules that you must regularly follow while planting and caring for your tomato plants.
And the great news is that you don’t even need a garden. Grow tomatoes using a pot, window box or anything else that will fit the plant. Some gardeners have even grown tomatoes in old newspapers.
You can have the tomatoes stand anywhere by training them in a tomato cage, or by staking the tomatoes. Keep the tomatoes upright and you’ll never lose them to fruit rot. The tomato plant will have full access to the sun, ensuring that you have the biggest and most nutritious tomato plants possible.
If you’ve searched for awhile on Google, you might have found a lot of information on tomato growing. Tomatoes are one of the most popular food crops to grow in a home garden.
However, the world of gardening is rife with hearsay and information that is somewhat accurate, but not very helpful if you want to grow the best tomatoes under any conditions.
Plus, Internet research can take forever and you’ll often find the same old advice that you’ve already heard, repeated over and over until the cows come home.
This eBook I’m about to show you will download directly to your desktop. You can read it on your computer, if you want. But I highly recommend that you print out the parts of the eBook that you want to use. Its handy to have a gardening manual at your fingertips.
For the amount of money that you’ll save growing tomatoes from your home, this valuable eBook would easily sell for £47.
I was thinking of selling it for £27. But I realized that I wanted everyone to have an opportunity to taste the delicious flavor of homegrown tomatoes. I didn’t want anyone to have an excuse to not click the “buy now” button I placed at the bottom of the page.
So I decided to offer “the Art of Growing Tomatoes” for a low price of £17.
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Since you’re interested in starting your own garden, you might also be interested in these additional guides. If you buy this eBook now, I’ll throw them in absolutely free.
If you’re getting just getting started, this guide will help you set up a professional-level home garden. Learn how to use manures, mulches and fertilizers to maximize the growth, size, healthiness and nutrient value of your home-grown vegetables. Sow seeds and plant vegetables. Harvest the maximum number of vegetables possible by fighting diseases and pests with tried-and-true techniques that are entirely organic. A special section also shows you how to grow berries and small fruits.
You might have more tomatoes than you know what to do with. Can them and keep them throughout winter. This guide will dispel the myths about tomato canning, give you a clear, step-by-step guide on how to can your tomatoes, as well as extra tips and tricks.
This exclusive article helps you finally tackle the challenge of balancing nutrients in your garden, so you can keep your vegetables healthy. This article is especially helpful for tomato growing, but the tips will help any gardener. Perform soil tests to find out what your plants need and learn to avoid wasting money on unnecessary nutrients.
P.S. This guide will save you money in all sorts of ways. With food prices going up, your family will benefit economically from growing as much of their own food as possible.
P.S.S. Store-bought tomatoes are the worst-tasting tomatoes around. Most cultivars are far more delicious, but they can’t be sold in the stores because they would expire.
P.S.S.S. This is the lowest price you’ll receive on four guides, in total. You’ll have everything you need to know to start a vegetable garden, grow delicious tomatoes, can the ones you don’t eat and make wonderful salads.